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7 Habits of Highly Effective Projects - Habit #7: Relentlessly Improve

Thursday November 10, 2016 By: Chris Bell

Continuous improvement is vital to every company’s success, regardless of size or market sector.

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Using Descriptive Roles within Project Teams to Drive Project Performance

Wednesday October 26, 2016 By: Julia Mohler

According to Dodge Data & Analytics, 79% of the top performing Owner Organizations state that they have clearly defined job roles in their organization, compared to only half of the lowest performing Owner Organizations.

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7 Habits of Highly Effective Projects – Habit #6: Collaborate to Accelerate

Thursday September 1, 2016 By: Chris Bell

In today’s technology-enabled world, owners must talk to stakeholders and adapt processes to best fit the greater good of the project in order to overcome all those traditional bottlenecks that cause delays, discontent and money.

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7 Habits of Highly Effective Projects – Habit #5: Empathize, Adapt & Overcome

Wednesday August 17, 2016 By: Chris Bell

In the United States Marine Corps, soldiers are taught to improvise, adapt and overcome. It has become an unofficial mantra because of how true life can really be when you are “in it”. Essentially, military leaders know that no plan is perfect and that they must be prepared for the unexpected.

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Top 5 Best Practices of Top Performing Owners: Develop Culture

Tuesday August 9, 2016 By: Ashley Garcia

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